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Important Things to Consider While Choosing Study Abroad Universities

Important Things to Consider While Choosing Study Abroad Universities

| 29/09/2014 | 0 Comments

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Studying abroad in a foreign university may be a two way sword that cuts both ways. For some, it is fun and thrilling to amass into a new environment and experience new things like never before.

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Importance of an online degree in Law

Importance of an online degree in Law

| 28/01/2014 | 0 Comments

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Law is one such field which has been respected by one and all not only today but from time immemorial. It is believed to be one of the most important genres which will aid in the development of a nation, and probably the whole world.

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IELTS Task example: 2 essay written by an IELTS instructor

IELTS Task example: 2 essay written by an IELTS instructor

| 24/05/2012 | 7 Comments

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Have you ever wondered what a perfect band 9 IELTS essay looks like?  Click here to see a model Task 2 IELTS essay written by a renown IELTS instructor in response to a REAL IELTS essay question.

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How to adapt to British Culture – from eHOW

How to adapt to British Culture – from eHOW

| 23/05/2012 | 4 Comments

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One of the most popular article is the Stereotypes about British Culture – how true they are?. One can argue they are true or not experiences decide. I found an interesting article about British stereotypes from an American point of view. For example “be prepared for smaller places” etc. The article written by eHOW.
Just like […]

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Why you should first fail the IELTS – an overview of the best study strategy

Why you should first fail the IELTS – an overview of the best study strategy

| 15/05/2012 | 4 Comments

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Look. If you are seriously interested about studying in Australia, the UK or Canada you need to score high in the IELTS……the secret to scoring high and achieving a band 7,8 or 9 is your preparation.
And that’s why I decided to interview ex-IELTS examiner, experienced tutors and even confidence and pronunciation experts.

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How to Learn a New Language Faster During Your Study Abroad Trip

How to Learn a New Language Faster During Your Study Abroad Trip

| 16/04/2012 | 3 Comments

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One of the primary reasons most students choose to study abroad is to familiarize themselves with the customs, culture, and language of the country in which they are studying. Customs and cultural practices may seem foreign, but they are generally exciting, and are fun ways to involve yourself in a new country. Learning a new […]

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Multilingual job seekers: Promote Yourself!

Multilingual job seekers: Promote Yourself!

| 10/04/2012 | 0 Comments

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If you have studied in different countries and therefore speak more than one language then you are very lucky! Effectively promoting this is essential when you are job hunting because you need to make recruiters aware of the fact that you are different, and that you put effort into maintaining your languages and can use […]

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Top Five Ways to Earn Money While Studying Abroad

Top Five Ways to Earn Money While Studying Abroad

| 20/07/2011 | 6 Comments

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Many of today’s students are choosing to study abroad and see the world.
These individuals not only have the chance to receive a more broadly based education, but are also afforded the opportunity to meet new people and be exposed to different cultures and cuisine, and dabble in new languages.
Students studying abroad include both graduate and […]

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Dangers of Study Abroad

Dangers of Study Abroad

| 19/07/2011 | 3 Comments

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Most of us who are passionate about international travel, inter-cultural learning and studying abroad know how essential it is to visit other countries to learn from a different perspective. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime. However, we also take risks when we travel abroad. As soon as we set foot in a foreign country, we […]

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After Your Semester Abroad: How to Cope with Reverse Culture Shock

After Your Semester Abroad: How to Cope with Reverse Culture Shock

| 11/04/2011 | 5 Comments

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When searching the internet for study abroad help, you often can easily find information about how to prepare for studying abroad and the attendant culture shock of living in a foreign country for months or even years at a time. Of course this is necessary information, and it’s important that students learn about studying abroad […]

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